Vegan Protein is Easier on your body!
When red meat hits your stomach, your stomach produces uric acid to break it down. Our livers have the capacity to eliminate only a small amount of uric acid. Uric acid is an extremely dangerous toxic substance that can wreak havoc in your body. All meat consumption releases large quantities of uric acid into the system. Unlike most carnivores and omnivores, humans do not have the enzyme uricase to break down uric acid. The human has to break down the animal protein into its constituent amino acids and then reconstruct human protein from these building blocks.
Why Aminos instead of meat?
Proteins are formed from chains that can range anywhere from 50 to 200,000 amino acid links. These chains have to be deconstructed and recombined into human links, a procedure that is extremely tiring to the human, and also an extremely inefficient form of manufacturing protein. I consume a vegan amino acid that doesn’t need to be broken down. It doesn’t bother my body and doesn’t require my body to waste energy breaking down meat so it can focus on building muscle and shredding fat. It also has much less nitrogen waste and therefore less fecal waste. This is why my switch from red meat to vegan protein sources is making my body work at an optimum level!